It's Musicals Week on Strictly and comedian Chris Ramsey is the current jolly followed by ex-footballer Alex Scott to be eliminated, reports Max Liu.
"Kelvin Fletcher 4/111.37, the hot favourite in the over all winner market, and his partner Oti Mabuse will dance an American Smooth to 'Gaston' from Beauty and the Beast."
Chris Ramsey is the favourite be booted off the BBC's Strictly Come Dancing this weekend as the pressure hots up for the remaining five contestants and the show reaches its tenth elimination.
Ramsey is 1/12.0 is the early betting even though the comedian and his partner Karen Clifton are yet to be involved in a Sunday night dance off.
Some fans would say they have been lucky but, although Ramsey's dancing has technical flaws, he and Karen have chemistry and look like they're having fun.
This weekend the theme is musicals and Ramsey and Clifton will be dancing the Foxtrot to 'Consider Yourself' from Oliver!
Alex Scott to face week 11 dance-off?
Alex Scott [2.5 ] is next in the betting for the 10th elimination. The former-footballer and her partner Neil Jones will perform a Samba to 'Joyful Joyful' from Sister Act as they try to get through week 11.
The pair have developed a strong bond during the show's run - so much so that they've had to deny rumours that their frisson has spilled over into their non-dancing lives - but they struggled last week, finishing joint bottom of the leaderboard on Saturday.
Bettors think they will probably face Ramsey and Clifton in this round's dance-off.
Emma Barton 3.45 is the other female contestant still dancing and bettors reckon the ex-Eastender will survive this weekend along with partner Anton Du Beke as they do the Charleston to 'Thoroughly Modern Millie'.
Meanwhile, Kelvin Fletcher 4/111.37, the hot favourite in the over all winner market, and his partner Oti Mabuse will dance an American Smooth to 'Gaston' from Beauty and the Beast.
The nearest rivals for the glitter ball, Karim Zeroual 13/27.6 and Amy Dowden, who survived the week 10 dance off, will Jive to 'You Can't Stop the Beat' from Hairspray.